‘My 600-Lb. Life’ Mike Meginness 2021 Update: Where Is He Now?
My 600-Lb. Life fans meet Mike Meginness during tonight’s episode of Season 10 and many are already looking for a 2021 update on his weight loss progress. Where is Mike Meginness now? Has he been able to continue to lose weight despite his decision not to move to Texas?
My 600-Lb. Life: Season 10, Episode 4 Recap
During Season 10, Episode 4 of My 600-Lb. Life fans are introduced to a man in his late 30’s named Mike Meginness. Michael reveals that he’s been overweight as long as he can remember. He really found happiness in high school and college when he discovered that being a big guy had some advantages when it came to sports. He fell in love with football in particular. His whole life was about football for a pretty long time.
Unfortunately, Mike Meginness got injured while playing football. After multiple concussions, his doctor barred him from continuing to play. With football being his whole life and what allowed him to get a scholarship for school, things fell apart for him from there. During the episode, Michael explains that the depression really set in when he lost football.
Another blow that made his depression worse came a few years ago when his wife divorced him and took their four children out the door with her. Michael reveals that his wife took everything including the car and the house. Leaving him with nothing.
During Season 10, Episode 4 of My 600-Lb. Life, things are hard for Mike because he isn’t able to move to Texas like Dr. Now wants. The TLC doctor, however, is willing to work with the patient because he understands not wanting to lose his children.
By the end of the episode, Michael is able to get his surgery. The episode concludes with just shy of 250 pounds shed. The real question fans have is simple is there a 2021 update on Mike Meginness? Where is he now with his weight loss progress?
My 600-Lb. Life: Mike Meginness 2021 Update: Where Is He Now?
Fortunately, Mike Meginness has pretty public Facebook and Instagram profiles. He also has a separate Facebook page dedicated to his weight loss journey. So, getting a 2021 update on this My 600-Lb. Life star and where he is now isn’t too difficult to do.
It was just days ago that Michael went live on Facebook. He revealed he was at the last stretch of a 5K marathon. Micahel explains that it is his first 5K marathon. Mike admits he’s probably the last one to finish and every part of his body hurts. But, he didn’t care. He was just happy to be a part of this and happy to finish. Michael added that it took him just under two hours to complete the 5K marathon.
His profile reveals he’s still living in Ohio. But, he hasn’t given up on his weight loss journey. Recent photos reveal he’s continuing to drop weight. And, his 5K update on Facebook live reveals he’s still continuing to push himself to exercise and lose weight.
Are you happy to learn that not moving to Texas didn’t stop him from losing weight? What are your thoughts on this 2021 update of Mike Meginness and where he is now? Let us know in the comments down below.
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Just watched this and found Michael’s story to be very inspiring. What is a 5k marathon though? I’m a runner so I’m familiar with a 5k and a marathon but what is a 5k marathon? Is it like 5k a day until you reach 26.2 miles? I don’t get it.
I don’t think you’re fully familiar with a 5K or a marathon. If you’re a “runner” as you claim you’d know that. I’m a former competitive runner, a 5K marathon is not 26.2 miles. I have no idea how you came up with 26.2 miles. It’s actually just 3 miles and if you’re in descent shape you can complete the running marathon within a couple of hours.
Ok, you don’t have to be a d**k to OP Adam. He just asked a question. And your snarky reply (not to mention unnecessary bragging) is not only rude, but totally uncalled for.
So, in your own words, “If you’re a ‘runner’ as you claim,” you’d know that 26.2 is the standard for marathons.
I think the author just put the word marathon after 5k as away to explain the race. I don’t believe it’s any different from a “regular” 5k, but I could be wrong.
Why does it matter as long as He’s out there putting effort in and doing it and finishing it
So glad that he was committed to lose his eight. Congradulations